Compaq 1900 user manual

User manual for the device Compaq 1900

Device: Compaq 1900
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Date of adding : 2013-08-25 17:49:31
Number of pages: 63
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3/8” spine allowed - adjust according to binding
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The information in this guide is subject to change without notice.
Including:
COMPAQ COMPUTER CORPORATION SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR TECHNICAL OR Mobile Internet PC Features Guide
• Model-Specific Features
EDITORIAL ERRORS OR OMISSIONS CONTAINED HEREIN; NOR FOR INCIDENTAL OR
1900 Series
• Upgrade Information
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE FURNISHING, PERFORMANCE,
OR USE OF THIS MATERIAL.
This guide contains information protected by co

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Table of Contents i Contents CHAPTER 1 Using This Guide Text Conventions...................................................................................................................1-1 Special Messages .................................................................................................................1-2 Locating Help........................................................................................................................1-2 Glossary .............................

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ii Table of Contents Charging the Battery........................................................................................................... 2-16 Battery Charging Time................................................................................................. 2-16 Spare or Extra Batteries .............................................................................................. 2-16 Plugging In Your Computer to AC Power............................................................

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Table of Contents iii Using Your SuperDisk Drive...................................................................................................3-9 Inserting a Diskette........................................................................................................3-9 Ejecting a Diskette.......................................................................................................3-10 Manually Ejecting a Diskette..................................................................

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iv Table of Contents Sharing Printers.................................................................................................................... 5-5 Setting Up Printer Sharing ............................................................................................. 5-5 Connecting to a Shared Printer...................................................................................... 5-6 Disabling Printer Sharing.......................................................................

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Using This Guide 1-1 Chapter 1 Using This Guide Thank you for buying a Compaq Mobile Internet PC. This Features Guide will help you to familiarize yourself with the features of your Internet PC, as well as information on how to upgrade your computer. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the special text and messages used throughout this guide. Text Conventions The examples below explain the specially formatted text used in this guide. • Keyboard key names appear in bold type: Home,

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1-2 Using This Guide Special Messages The following words and symbols have special meaning in this guide. HINT: Helpful hints that will make using your computer easier and faster. * NOTE: Important information concerning the operation of your Internet PC. + CAUTION: Failure to follow directions may result in equipment damage or loss of data. ` WARNING: Failure to follow directions may result in bodily harm or loss of life. a Locating Help Compaq provides you with several resources to help you le

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Using This Guide 1-3 Understanding Your Service and Support Options Your Internet PC is equipped with several helpful programs that will aid you in identifying and solving common computer problems. If you need further technical support, visit the Compaq Web site at: www.compaq.com Compaq Technical Support telephone numbers are listed in the Limited Warranty Statement. NOTE: Locate the model and serial numbers for your computer before you call technical support. Write these numbers down for futur

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1-4 Using This Guide

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Introducing Your Mobile Internet PC 2-1 Chapter 2 Introducing Your Mobile Internet PC Checking Your Connections The following graphic shows your computer connections. Your Computer Connections Connections 1 AC Adapter 3 Battery 2 Modem Cable

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2-2 Introducing Your Mobile Internet PC Front of Your Mobile Internet PC Components on the front of your computer include the following: Front of Your Computer Front Components 1 Display 7 Power Light 2 Power Button 8 Scroll Up/Down Button 3 Keyboard 9 Battery Charge Light 4 TouchPad - Display Release Button 5 Speaker q Right TouchPad Button 6 Left TouchPad Button w Model Number

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Introducing Your Mobile Internet PC 2-3 Internet Zone Buttons and Status Lights Internet Zone Buttons and Status Lights 1 AC Adapter Light 5 Retail Central Button 2 Num Lock Light 6 Instant E-Mail Button 3 Instant Internet Access Button 7 Caps Lock Light 4 8 Instant Search Button Scroll Lock Light NOTE: The F1 and F2 keys are also programmed to take you directly to the Internet. Refer to the Using the Function Keys section in this guide for more information. +

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2-4 Introducing Your Mobile Internet PC Using Your Keyboard to Access the Internet The Compaq Internet Zone buttons provide quick, easy access to the Internet. Internet Zone The Internet Zone, located at the top of your Internet PC keyboard, automatically connects you to the Internet. Before using these buttons and keys, you must have access to the Internet. The Internet Zone gives you quick access to the most frequently used Internet activities. These buttons are programmed to do the following:

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Introducing Your Mobile Internet PC 2-5 Internet Zone All Other Countries Outside Button United States the United States My Presario is your instant connection My Presario is your direct link to the to Compaq for product information, Compaq Help Web site for quick answers $$$$ helpful hints, performance updates, to your computing questions. To access My Presario, press the Fn+F1 keys. service, and more. Online MarketPlace takes you to an Instant Answer connects you to a Web electronic shopping e

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2-6 Introducing Your Mobile Internet PC Reprogramming Your Internet Zone Buttons and Function Keys You can reprogram the Internet Zone buttons to reflect your personal preferences. The Easy Access Internet Zone ¸ icon is located on the Windows Taskbar. It can also be reached by clicking the Start button, then Programs and choosing Reprogram Easy Access Buttons. To reprogram your Internet Zone buttons, complete the following steps: 1. From the Status bar, right-click the Easy Access Internet Zon

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Introducing Your Mobile Internet PC 2-7 Left Panel of Your Mobile Internet PC The following components are located on the left panel of your computer: Left Panel of Your Computer Left Panel Components 1 Security Slot 3 2 PC Card Slots 2 Fan Vent 4 Hard Drive

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2-8 Introducing Your Mobile Internet PC Right Panel of Your Mobile Internet PC The following components are located on the right panel of your computer: Right Panel of Your Computer Right Panel Components 1 Battery Compartment 4 Microphone Jack 2 Volume Up/Down Button 5 Fan Vent 3 Headphone Jack

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Introducing Your Mobile Internet PC 2-9 Back Panel of Your Mobile Internet PC The following components are located on the back panel of your computer: Back Panel of Your Computer Back Panel Components 1 Modem Port* 5 Parallel/Printer Port 2 USB Port 6 External Monitor Port 3 Keyboard/Mouse Port 7 Fan Vent 4 Serial Port 8 AC Adapter Connector * Available on select models.

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2-10 Introducing Your Mobile Internet PC Bottom of Your Mobile Internet PC The following components are located on the bottom of your computer: Bottom of Your Computer Bottom Components 1 Wedge Connector 3 Serial Number 2 Keyboard Eject Switch 4 Battery Release Switch

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Introducing Your Mobile Internet PC 2-11 The Wedge (available on select models) The Wedge adds features to your Internet PC. For example, your Internet PC can read CDs, DVDs (available on select models), and play audio CDs. You can also save files to 3.5-inch diskettes or SuperDisks.* The Wedge supports the notebook at an angle for easier use. The Wedge Wedge Components 1 CD or DVD Drive* 4 Alignment Hooks 2 Release Buttons 5 Diskette or SuperDisk* Drive 3 Connector * Available on select models.


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